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2024 Bajaj Pulsar F250 launched in India

Bajaj Auto is updating the entire Pulsar series model. The automobile company launched the top-of-the-line Pulsar NS400 Z in the market earlier this month, priced at Rs 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom). Also, Bajaj launched the upgraded Pulsar N250 last month, but the Pulsar F250, its brother, was nowhere to be seen.

We felt that even though Bajaj claimed that limited production of the semi-faired quarter-liter roadster was still going on, the bike might have ended quietly. Now, it has been confirmed that the Pulsar F250 is still alive and has received a much-needed update.

2024 Bajaj Pulsar F250: What’s the new update?

The most significant update is the new all-digital instrument cluster, which is now used in almost all Pulsars.

Along with the Bajaj Ride Connect app, the device offers turn-by-turn navigation and Bluetooth connectivity for call and text alerts. It also has updated switchgear for navigating menus on the console and three ABS modes: Sport, Road, and Rain.

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2024 Bajaj Pulsar F250: Specifications

In terms of specifications update, the Pulsar F250 gets new petal disc brakes at the front and rear, although the disc dimensions remain the same at 230 and 300 mm, respectively. The 2024 updated Pulsar F250, like the Pulsar N250, has 140 sections for its rear tires and 110 sections for its front tyres, whereas the previous model had 130 sections for its rear tyres.

The engine also remains the same. The Pulsar F250 has a 249.07cc, oil-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces power of 24.1 bhp at 8750 rpm and torque of 21.5Nm at 6,500 rpm. The engine is paired with a five-speed gearbox.

2024 Bajaj Pulsar F250: Design and Features

The design remains similar to the previous version, with split seats, a stubby twin-barrel exhaust muffler, an aggressive V-shaped LED headlight cluster, semi-faired styling, and a clip-on handlebar. With the Pulsar F250, we expect Bajaj bikes in India to offer the same two color options: Red and Black with red accents.

Surprisingly, the F250 does not come with inverted, gold-colored front forks like the upgraded Pulsar N250. The rear suspension has a mono-shock. Its design and the arrangement of its 17-inch wheels at both ends have not changed. It also does not have the upgraded Pulsar N250’s “250” body graphics.

2024 Bajaj Pulsar F250: Price

Bajaj has not made any official announcement regarding the launch of the upgraded Pulsar F250. The video uploaded by K2K Motovlogs, which shows the units arriving at Bajaj dealerships, serves as the basis for our report. Hence, the official price has not been listed on the Bajaj website yet. The vlogger claims that Pulsar’s ex-showroom price is Rs 1.51 lakh.

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